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Mike Ruben Dead: Ripley Convention and Visitors Bureau Director Dies Aged 65


It is very sad to share that Mike Ruben passed away at the age of 65 and he was a hero in the community of Ripley and director of the Ripley Convention and Visitors Bureau. Mayor of Ripley Carolyn Rader confirmed his death news and this news is now running on the internet. He passed away on the morning of Monday and he was most popular as a legend in his community and beyond. Lots of his loved ones express their sorrow ness for his death on social media pages and this news broke the heart of his family. Let us know about the cause of his death in this article so read and continue the article.

Mike Ruben Dead Ripley Convention and Visitors Bureau Director Dies

Visitors Bureau Director Mike Ruben Dies

As per the exclusive sources and reports that his death news is exposed by the Longtime Mayor of Ripley Carolyn Rader and he shared a sad message about his death on social media. In addition to his full-time employment, He had also participated in various of activities. The cause of his death is not revealed yet and the investigation continues. Lots of rumors are available on social media related to the cause of his death but no announcement is come out from his family and friends about the cause of his death. After getting any information related to the cause of his death from our sources we will mention it in our article.

Who Was Mike Ruben?

According to his close friend Rader that he was an enthusiastic person to serve on the committee. He was a member of the committee for Ripley’s annual Fourth of July festivities. He worked for the local Jackson County newspaper as an award-winning editor and he was nominated for various awards during working on radio. He had been the director of the Ripley Convention, Visitors Bureau, and Museum for some years. He had a long history in the industry of media and he was called Rube by his loved ones. He served as the voice of Thundering Herd at one point. He was the voice of Ripley High School football, basketball, and baseball teams.

There are lots of people who mourn his death in which The Ravenswood basketball coaching staff, players, and all of Red Devil also mourn his death. Social media is full of tributes for him and too many of his friends share thoughts with his family during the painful moment through posting and commenting on the social media pages. Stay connected for reading more articles on the latest news and other news topics.


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